95 roads to be fixed
THE MINISTRY OF Works has launched a mill and pave programme which has close to 100 roads earmarked for work.
The project officially started with work being done at Marshall Parkinson Road at the cost of $69 000. A WEEKEND NATION team was taken on a tour of this area, plus some other already completed areas in the ministry’s effort to show they were indeed on the job in the face of severe criticism.
The tour was hosted by Minister of Works, Michael Lashley; deputy chief technical officer (operations) Philip Tudor and permanent secretary Simone Rudder.
Constituency representative for the area, James Paul, said he was pleased the work had finally been done. (CA)
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